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  • n. A particularly successful producer.


mega- +‎ producer (Wiktionary)


  • When megaproducer Simon Cowell brings in all-stars to sing R. E.M.'s Everybody Hurts for Haitian relief, you know the song will be heart-rending.

    An Image of of Pure Love in Everybody Hurts Benefit Video

  • Grazer is a rare breed in Hollywood today: the independent megaproducer.


  • For this album, the band's fifth, DMB brought in megaproducer Glen Ballard (Alanis Morissette) to help pump up the volume.

    C'mon And Feel Free 2 Be Dmb

  • With vast reservoirs of oil and the potential to rival Saudi Arabia as a megaproducer, Iraq has long tantalized the world's energy industry, as well as economists and political leaders worried about the impact of high oil prices.


  • But this year, Hollywood's biggest contest remains very much in flux, and megaproducer Scott Rudin is the primary reason. rss feed

  • But this time around Hollywood's biggest contest remains very much in flux, and the megaproducer Scott Rudin is the primary reason.

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  • The Oscar race is usually well defined by this time, but the Bagger's colleague Brooks Barnes explains why this year may be different and the reason comes down to one person: Scott Rudin, the megaproducer who has kept one of his films, "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close," under wraps to an unusual degree.

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  • Reid, a megaproducer who resigned as chairman and CEO of Island Def Jam to take the job. Front Page

  • Effervescent electro-pop production courtesy of the megaproducer Dr. Luke?

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  • Both are good reasons for the widow of Hollywood megaproducer Aaron Spelling to be talking to



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